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The most effective way to change your financial habits is to take things one step at a time. For a more frugal 2013, here are some small steps you can take to reach your financial goals.
Once I started to catch on that I wasn’t conscious about how I spent my money daily, I started to think about a budget. But what tool would I use? Look no further than Mint.com to easily put your budget on the right track and help you save money.
As inflation continues to penetrate every corner of the economy, financial literacy has become a primary defense to combat the escalating prices of goods and services. Here is a summary of personal finance tips for kids from our friends at CNN.
How often do you check your credit report and scores? Once a year? Twice a Year? Never? Find out about the importance of checking your credit report and scores, how credit scores are used in qualifying you for a loan and how you can protect yourself from identity theft. All in one article! You may think it’s too good to be true…but it’s not. It’s just true.
Think you’re too young to start planning for retirement? Think again! Check out the many reasons why (and how) you should start saving now!
It’s a day for the record book, folks! Today mortgage rates have hit their lowest level ever! As of the time this post was published, mortgage rates are the lowest they have ever been at Quicken Loans.
Calling all entrepreneurs: check out these tips for starting your very own dream business! Move over lemonade stand on the corner!
It’s no fairy tale, low mortgage rates mean a happily-ever-after ending for those in the market to refinance or buy a new home.
More than 2,000 mortgage jobs have been lost this year according 2011 second-quarter reports. However, a recent refinance wave may help numbers pick back up.